Alternative name: Chinese Flycatcher
- Ficedula elisae
Breeds in northeastern China (Shanxi and Hebei); migrates to southern China, Hainan, and southeast Asia (Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam)
This is a monotypic species.
Formerly included in Narcissus Flycatcher.
In 1999 a new taxon, beijingnica was described from China, named Beijing Flycatcher. However this taxon is now believed to be invalid. It most probably represents the first summer plumage of this species.
Deciduous woodlands. Primary forest, Secondary forest and scrub, mangroves and city parks.
Prefers the lower storey and perches that are hidden by thick foliages and twigs.
Diet includes insects and small caterpillars.
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